WEBINAR: 5 Ways to Conduct Effective Informational Interviews

Date: December 13, 2017
Time: 12:00 pm until 1:00 pm

Location: Virtual Venue (Online)

Stop wasting your time in ineffective networking meetings. Informational interviews can be a critical piece, not just to your success in your job search, but in your efforts to gain a promotion, advance in your career, or achieve any career goal. Most professionals have heard of informational interviews but they don’t know how to conduct them correctly. Done well, these interviews can provide you with the insider advice you need to understand what a new career path is like or, how to achieve your goals in your current position. If you’ve heard about informational interviews but don’t truly know how they work, join us to learn: How to find the connections to conduct the interviews, what to say to set them up, how to effectively handle your time together, and how to stay in touch. 

Our presenter, Hallie Crawford, is a certified career coach based in Atlanta, GA. Her company, HallieCrawford.com, and team of coaches have helped thousands of people nationwide uncover their dream career and make it a reality. Hallie is regularly featured as a career expert in the media including Forbes.com, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, AJC and Fox Business News. For more information about their services visit www.halliecrawford.com.

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Recommended dress for this event: Casual

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For addtional information about this webinar, contact Bethany Mills at bjbagley@uga.edu. 

This event is sponsored by the University of Georgia Career Center and Alumni Association

*Unless otherwise noted, all University of Georgia Career Center events are for University of Georgia students and University of Georgia alumni only. Some employer information sessions are conducted by invitation only. Before attending an employer information session, please check the event details in Handshake to determine any attendance eligibility requirements.

The Career Center is committed to providing access for all people. If you have accessibility concerns, please contact us at (706) 542-3375 prior to the event to arrange reasonable accommodations.